Greek yogurt

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Wendy

Greek yogurt

Sorry if this has been asked before. Delia advocates Greek yogurt for lots of things but it's not readily available here (I sometimes wonder if anything is available here!!). So can I use ordinary natural yogurt or should it be strained first? Creme Fraiche & fromage frais is not always to be bought either.

Thanks

Wendy

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Elisabeth

Greek yoghurt

Can you obtain Easi yo yogurt, you can buy it on line, perhaps they will send it to Italy for you, and as its dried, you then can make it up as you need it! there are several places on line in the uk that sell it, maybe you could get it sent to you. if you have any relatives in the uk

http://www.lawsonshop.co.uk/easiyo-yogurt/

YoghurtDirect.co.uk

I have used both of these companies and delivery is quick in the uk

Libby

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Yummy

Easy Yo

Wendy, Angel on here, (Honey's daughter) supplies this product so I am sure she would help you if she can.

Hope this helps,
Yummy

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Wendy

Elisabeth & Yummy

Thanks for that, I shall look into it tomorrow.

Wendy

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Yummy

Greek Yogurt

"Thanks for that, I shall look into it tomorrow.

Wendy

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Hi again Wendy, I think this is Angel website adress:-

http://www.easyyoghurts.co.uk/

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Angel

It's Easy Wendy!

Yummy is correct,
I have a website where you can buy it, you need a yoghurt maker to make it-it's on special offer at the mo ;-) - but if you can make a cup of tea, then you can make this ultra fresh probiotic yoghurt, it's very easy! If you look in my profile I have my email address, if you email me I can send you the info about shipping to Italy. It has a long shelf life, up to 16 months so perfect for your needs and works out at almost half the price!
Eleanor/Angel
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Wendy

Yogurt makers

Thanks for all your trouble Elisabeth, Yummy & Angel but I don't really want to buy a maker as it's bad enough that the M/wave is kept in the bedroom along with the F/processor as I don't have space in the kitchen area. There are only two small appliances in the kitchen and that is the coffee maker & kettle there is no room for anything else. Having said all that I will see if such a thing as a yogurt maker exists here, maybe get a better idea of them.

Thanks once again

Wendy

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Angel

No worries!

That's fine Wendy, was just going to add, that this maker is the size of a large thermos flask (needs no electric) and I keep mine in a cupboard, so it's tall and thin and doesn't take up much space 13cm accross the bottom to be precise!
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Angel
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